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Data Makes the Difference

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Data Makes The Difference: The Smart Nurse's Handbook For Using Data To Improve Care - Kimberly S. Glassman, PhD, RN, NEA-BC & Peri Rosenfeld, PhD
ISBN: 9781558106116
Publication Date: 2015
From American Nurses Association.

Helps nurses understand how to use accurate and meaningful quality and safety data in their practice.

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Evidence Based Practice - Featured Resource

Joanna Briggs Institute is an international research center through the University of Adelaide, South Australia.  The JBI Evidence Based Practice Database covers a wide-range of nursing and health sciences information that has been appraised, analyzed, and prepared by expert reviewers.

JBI's Evidence Summaries are recommendations for clinical practice based on structured literature searches referencing the highest quality sources available on a given topic, usually with a nursing focus. (Choose "Evidence Summaries" as the publication type.)


    Evidence Based Practice - Featured Resource

    Nursing Reference Center is a high quality, evidence-based point of care tool for nurses and nursing administrators. NRC has a number of information tools and resources located in one place.

    Download NRC to your mobile device.
    1. Go to NRC on the NYU network (using a desktop computer).
    2. Follow the link at the bottom of page to "NRC iPhone/iPod touch Application."
    3. When prompted, enter the email address synced to your mobile device/phone.
    4. From your device, follow the emailed instructions.
                • Download the app.
                • Register using the authentication key sent in the email.
    5. Done. Evidence-based practice tools for on the go!

    Nursing Research and Education Librarian

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    Lita Anglin, MSIS
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    Center for Innovations in the Advancement of Care
    NYU Langone Medical Center
    545 First Avenue, GBH SC1-134
    (212) 263-2519
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